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Asset Guardian Solutions Limited expands to meet global demand

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Asset Guardian Solutions Limited (AGSL), a leading innovator in protecting Industrial Automation and Control Systems software, is pleased to announce the appointment of two employees to newly created roles within the company, as it experiences record growth due to global demand for its Enterprise Solution.

Eve O’Hagan joins AGSL as Technical Consultant and will assist the Technical team in developing, designing and coding the Asset Guardian software, as it works towards the release of Asset Guardian Version 6.0. Eve will also liaise with AGSL’s Global customer base, providing bespoke support, creating budget proposals and installing software.

Originally from County Down, Northern Ireland, Eve holds a First Class BSc (Hons) Degree in Computing Science with specialism in Human Computing Interaction from the University of Glasgow. Eve is recognised by The British Computer Society and The Chartered Institute for IT.

Suzanne Campbell joins AGSL as Marketing Assistant and will play an important role supporting the Marketing Manager in executing the Global Marketing Strategy and overseeing the department’s operations. Suzanne will take the lead in organising marketing activities and campaigns, whilst raising brand awareness across both online and offline channels.

Originally from Fort William, Highlands, Suzanne holds a Professional Certificate in Digital Marketing from the University of Aberdeen, and brings experience in Animation and Graphic Design.

Iain Rennie, Operations Director at AGSL said, “We are delighted to add Eve and Suzanne to our team. This continues a year of unprecedented growth for the company, which has now been greatly strengthened in two key areas of technical development and marketing, by these fantastic appointments. We’ve been extremely lucky to find such highly qualified and motivated individuals, and look forward to welcoming them into the Asset Guardian family.”

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